Bank Exec's Bias Complaints Got Her Fired, Suit Says
Law360 (May 8, 2018, 8:58 PM EDT) -- A former top executive at China Merchants Bank claims she was illegally fired for raising internal concerns about the bank engaging in discriminatory practices, including limiting its participation in a Harlem real estate deal because of the area's African-American population, according to a New York federal court suit filed Tuesday.
Plaintiff Xin Wang, who was the former chief risk officer and head of corporate banking in the United States for China Merchants Bank, alleged she was fired in retaliation for lodging multiple complaints of racial discrimination in the bank's business practices, as well as complaints of bias against bank employees who...
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